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Brighton Marathon

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The Brighton Marathon is taking place on Sunday 14 April 2019 at 9.45am from Preston Park in Brighton and we have three charity places available.

If you are interested in running through the streets of Brighton and along the sunny south coast of Britain while raising vital funds for CHICKS,

please enter your details using the link below, to be sent an application form:
 

Brighton Marathon Application Form

 

All applications must be completed and returned by Thursday 31 January 2019.

The successful runners will be announced on Monday 4 February 2019 by 5pm. 

If you are a successful applicant the registration is free for the event and we will be asking you to pledge

to raise a minimum of £500 for CHICKS. You will also receive a CHICKS t-shirt,

the complete support of our events team and a fundraising pack with everything you’ll need to help you raise money.

 

Jessica ran 30 miles for CHICKS last summer

“I decided to raise money for CHICKS charity because, having volunteered with them before, I know what fantastic work they do for children who, unlike me, have not had the best start in life, and as it’ this start in life that can make such a difference to the future, I wanted to fundraise and support their new Derbyshire retreat to give some children a holiday they will never forget!”

 

The money Jessica raised meant that children like Sophie, had a life changing break at CHICKS, which encourages them to write  unprompted thank you letters, like the below;

 

“Dear everyone, thank you so much for this. It has built our self-confidence so much! We love you lots and take you as family. We will miss you a lot. We will always remember you, from Sophie (and various of her new friends' names)”

 

The hugely popular Brighton Marathon is the second fastest marathon in the UK and has over 12,000 participants each year.

For more information, click the link below. 

 

Brighton Marathon

 

If you have any further questions, please email our Event Fundraiser Kayleigh@CHICKS.org.uk